Adobe Illustrator tutorial: Master dynamic gradients Create soft gradients to add depth and beauty to your vector artworks. By Alexandra Zutto | on March 10, 2017 Share Share Read next Photoshop tutorial: Create a beautiful bird illustration Adobe has released free vector icons, created by leading designers including the legendary Lance Wyman How to draw birds: 18 tips for both hand-drawn and vector illustration See brilliant new talks from leading designers – without leaving your desk Photoshop tutorial: Learn amazing 80s airbrush portrait techniques Design Trends 2018: 28 leading designers, creative directors & illustrators tell us what’s inspiring them for the year ahead Comments Kaltstrom said: Student: Hmm, I am going to learn some new sweet techniques!!Tutorial: "now you make all lines separately and place and rotate them individually.."Student: (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻ nick said: Very fine illustration! Alexandra Zutto .. she's a great artist Clipping Solutions said: I am very impressed with your blog you did a very hard job. and I appreciate that sharing a helpful post, great job!Clipping Path Service Toothlover said: done in less than 2 days Yoshan Bisanka said: Great tutorial for any illustrator.www.ybcreativegraphics.webs.co... Yoshan Bisanka said: One of the best illustrations I've seen on the web. Scootoss said: What a wonderful illustration. Thank you for sharing your methods. stheartisegirl said: Pick the points and then add the color you want to those specific points! stheartsiegirl said: I think this was a great tutorial, loved to see your workflow! archer01 said: there are way more tutorial showing how to make a brush its basic .... and plzz dont criticize jst like that........ if u knw ur software then its not that difficult archer01 said: just try to add colors rather than gradient filling Brush said: a lot of information is missing, not a good tutorial. (eg.how to make the brush?) Amber said: wont let me gradient fill on the nose after i use the mesh tool on it? how do i fix this?? Bryan Matias said: Off the eyes?" To add depth, I made a glossy reflection using a radial gradient of opacity (create a two-colour gradient with the same colours and make the outer colour transparent). Select all eye shapes and group them (Cmd/Ctrl + G)." trebor said: could use a bit more information here. How do you create the reflections?